|th 28 au 14|
Last week a large lump of tools stolen from a Chillesford workshop and a Woodbridge house burglary, a Walberswick caravan set fire to Sunday. and over £2,000 of jewellery burgled in Aldringham yesterday .... quite a crime wave by Suffolk standards.
|we 27 au 14|
It's the Framlingham Flyers annual 10k this Sunday, 11am start in New Road, main race already fully subscribed but entries for the fun run accepted on the line. No para-athlete this year, he's concentrating on the track apparently.
|tu 26 au 14|
Next month and for what remains of this month golf clubs across near the coast are offering four week courses for £20, there's one starting today at Ufford and upcoming at Woodbridge, Stonham Barns and Southwold.
|mo 25 au 14|
2:58pm: In Framlingham the Barclays cash dispenser is out of order, earlier the Coop cash dispenser ran out of money but has been topped up but that has left the supermarket short of cash so for the time being no cashback ... HSBC where are you?
The driver of a blue Fiesta died in Letheringham Saturday.
Dogs on Dunwich beach last Tuesday.
Ukulele goddess from Benhall Lucy Sampson has joined our 1,000+ views album.
|su 24 au 14|
WANTED by the Framlingham and Saxmundham Cat Protection League a volunteer admin assistant.
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|sa 23 au 14|
On Framlingham market Darren has broken his leg but is still fishmongering.
|fr 22 au 14|
The very excellent Luigino Masarati answers some Ginetta tech questions.
The twice monthly(ish) digest is emailing out to the 5,000+ nearthecoasters on the list ... click the Singing Postman to go on the list.
Any pub or ex-pub near the coast with eagles (the Pettistree Three Tuns) is likely to have been a Lacons pub. The Great Yarmouth brewery served 1760 until 1968 when Whitbread who had bought it three years earlier closed it in the American manner. To our surprise at least the brewery resuscitated last year ... what goes round comes round.
|th 21 au 14|
Throwback Thursday: Eight years ago today torrential rain (nothing new about that then) took out the power in Framlingham for a couple of hours prompting poking abouts in Fore Street (so nothing new about that then).
Earlier this week catalytic converters stolen in Saxmundham and Hollesley.
We shopped in the Saxmundham Tescos for the first time this week, no Granny Smiths, staff didn't much want to be there, a bland experience. Disappointing that the three small street side shops part of the development are a Costa and a charity and a betting shop.
|we 20 au 14|
♫ Neil Innes was in the audience at the Snape Maltings last night for the sold out Carolina Chocolate Drops. Though the man next to us was finding the not particularly strong jokes chokingly funny the four piece were impressively able musos and judging by Rhiannon Giddens' end of set dancing Ronnie Frost might not have got best newcomer if she'd been at Worlingworth.
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